US National Park Service: “The construction of President Trump’s border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border could damage — or even destroy — up to 22 archaeological sites at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in Arizona”.

Which begs the question: how many archaeological sites in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site will be damaged or destroyed by the construction of the approach roads to the short tunnel?

If you haven’t heard an estimate of that it can only mean one of two things: either Highways England, English Heritage, Historic England and The National Trust don’t know the answer or that they do but are frit to tell you.

The best thing any  of us can do is to demand they reveal which. How can it be acceptable for the US National Park Service to have released that pivotal information whereas the UK’s World Heritage Site guardians haven’t?


The Stonehenge Guardians: “Relax, it’ll be fine ….”